Arthur Sulzberger Jr. will retire after 25 years.
The Hearst 100 drew a powerful guest list, but the biggest stars were New York Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey.
Police officials called for constant vigilance after Monday morning’s bombing in the Port Authority.
The company launched the Bloomberg 50, a new awards initiative.
PBS will rebroadcast “Amanpour” at 11 p.m.
The complaint claims Boyce suffered “mental anguish and humiliation, as well as adverse employment consequences, including loss of future wages, professional opportunities and other valuable benefits and emoluments of employment.”
The magazine will increase its newsstand price to $9.99 as it decreases its frequency.
The magazine has found an enthusiastic buyer in a Los Angeles–based private equity firm.
The chairman emeritus of Condé Nast, who died on Oct. 1, was remembered by colleagues, family and friends.
The $2.8 billion deal gives Midwesterner Meredith some New York flair.
The digital campaign will run on the web sites of Harper’s Bazaar, Elle and Esquire.
Galvanized gets in on the ongoing branded-content craze.